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Branston Rich & Fruity Sauce

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Brand: Crosse & Blackwell / Type: Sauces

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      08.10.2009 23:52
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      A well blended sauce for your table!

      On my chips I love a dash of brown sauce. Up until recently however I didn't know Branston made any.....until my Mother spotted it in our local Sainsbury's store and decided we were going to trial it!

      The Packaging:

      250g see-through glass oblong bottle with a red plastic screw on/off lid to the top of it. There is red and dark green label to the front and the sides of the bottle and on the front I'm told it's Crosse & Blackwell Branston Rich & Fruity Sauce. Other information on the sides of the bottle includes being told a bit about the product, the ingredients are listed, Im told it is Vegetarian, size is stated and contact details for Crosse & Blackwell are given. Nice enough bottle and its informative enough, though no allergy advice of nutritional information is given..

      A Bit About The Product According To The Bottle:

      A great tasting, tangy, fruity sauce to add a kick to bacon sandwiches and cooked breakfasts. Try it on scrambled eggs and with sausages.

      The Sauce:

      Well it's glossy and brown, quite thick and has an aroma of dates and vinegar, which of course it has in it. Taste wise it's quite sharp but not in an overwhelming cheap way like too much vinegar has been added because the vinegar taste is somewhat subdued with a blend of secret spices of which I can detect a hint of rosemary in here and there is a subtle and gentle hint of onion and garlic.

      It is very sweet indeed and a bit sticky but in a natural way opposed to being crammed full of sweeteners and it doesn't due to this fact leave an after-taste.

      Verdict:

      A very fruity, rich sauce. It's packed with flavour and really tangy and if you are a brown sauce fan then you should try this!


      Available in all good supermarkets costing around 90p a bottle.

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